Accessibility Tools

Exhibition Access:
Albert Potrony

BALTIC is committed to making exhibitions as accessible and inclusive as possible. Below are resources and alternative ways to explore Albert Potrony: equal play, now open in BALTIC's Ground Floor gallery.

You can find out more about accessibility at BALTIC here.

Website accessibility

You can use Recite Me, a web accessibility and language toolbar, across BALTIC's website to make webpages, text and documents more accessible for you. The Recite Me toolbar includes text read aloud or translated into 35 different languages. You can find Recite Me on the top left corner of the page, click the 'Accessibility Tools' button.


While visiting the exhibition, please chat to BALTIC Crew who can interpret the artwork and help bring meaning and understanding.

Sound Levels

Play and experimentation is encouraged in this exhibition, so at times it may get loud. Please ask BALTIC Crew on your visit, who will be able to advise times it may be quieter.

What to expect on your visit

Find out what to expect on when visiting Albert Potrony: equal play with this Visual Story guide - a guide with words and pictures.